VTOD

Vocabulary Term of the Day

New York Times BestsellerHow Children Succeed‘ by Paul Tough
‘Studies conducted by Child Psychologists Betty Hart and Todd R. Risley determined that children raised by professional parents had heard thirty million words spoken to them; the children with parents on welfare had heard just ten million. That shortfall, they concluded, was at the root of the poorer kids’ later failures in school and in life.’
– ‘Thirty million word gap

This page is dedicated to the gathering of Vocabulary words announced at our school that are aimed to enrich our students word banks, paving their way to success.

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mus·lin

[muhz-lin]

noun
a cotton fabric made in various degrees of fineness and often printed, woven, or
embroidered in patterns,especially a cotton fabric of plain weave, used for sheets and
for a variety of other purposes.

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